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Clavius: The Hapless Tooth Fairy-bookcover

By: Adrienne Smith

Clavius: The Hapless Tooth Fairy

Pages: 36 Ratings: 5.0
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Clavius longs to be accepted by the tooth fairies on the highest hill. However, his appearance is less than 'enchanting'. With the help of his friend, Iron Gray, the bat, Clavius begins a journey to become a proper tooth fairy. But Clavius learns that it's not what you leave underneath pillows that will make children remember your name.
Adrienne Smith has been teaching in elementary school for 14 years. She was recognised by her school district for outstanding achievements in education. Ms Smith motivates her students through engaging projects that inspire them to think beyond constraints. This is her first book which she hopes will be the beginning of many more.
Customer Reviews
15 reviews
15 reviews
  • Ariel Carrera 5Be

    I love Clavius the Hapless Tooth Fairy because it is very cool. The story contains a lot of action, which I like. I also like that Clavius wants to leave the kids something more so that the kids can remember him.

  • Kagan Sherman

    I would really love this book because it looks interesting and the art is amazing and I can't wait into book number two.

  • Mya buchanan

    I liked the rhyme that introduces the story of Clavius. I also liked the characters. They were very interesting. I could see them in my mind, and I liked how Iron Gray helped Clavius when he was at his saddest point. Clavius is a great story with a wonderful message for kids.

  • Cedreanna Ruiz

    I really enjoyed the book. It had great illustrations and an interesting story line. Some of the action in the story was kind of funny. The vocabulary was a bit challenging, but overall the story was great.

  • Yaretzi Rondan

    I really liked the book Clavius: The Hapless Tooth Fairy. It is a very interesting spin on the tooth fairy's tale. The art work was really good and made the story more interesting to read.

  • Miguel Bustos

    I really loved the characters in the story and the vocabulary was interesting. I liked when Clavius replaced children's teeth with scraps from his cave. I also like the friendship between Clavius and Ratty, especially when they climbed excitedly aboard the flying chair.

  • Daylen Angel

    What I liked about Clavius: The Hapless Tooth Fairy were all the illustration’s. My favorite part of the book was when Clavius said that he was a failure and Ratty told him that “He’s only a failure if he believes that he’s a failure.

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